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Kelly Dundon

Kelly is a Freelance Writer and Editor, yogi, foodie and culture enthusiast. After living in Italy, Germany, Costa Rica and London, Kelly decided to take an extended travel adventure, making her way around the world while documenting the places and people she meets along the way.

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  • Cheerful January Events for the Winter Blues!

    We know January isn’t exactly the brightest and cheeriest of months. The sun sets well before 5pm and it basically feels like most of the days are cast in...
    08 Jan 2019
  • Remember your “About Us” page!

    The ‘About Us’ section is the most important real estate on your site. It tells your audience more about your brand, values and purpose. Don’t overlook your ‘About’ page...
    08 Jan 2019
  • Where to Find Christmas Lights in London

    Where to Find Christmas Lights in London Our city is having a glow-up. It’s holiday time in London and around nearly every corner you can find a display of...
    11 Dec 2018
  • How to Never Fall Into A Content Rut Again

    How to Never Fall Into A Content Rut Again You might call it a content “rut” or a content “roadblock” but it’s pretty easy to fall into, especially when...
    11 Dec 2018
  • How to ask for referrals

    Here are two things you need to know about referral customers: 1. They cost less to acquire. 2. They’re more loyal than non-referrals. Referrals are one of the most...
    09 Nov 2018
  • Winter in London

    Winter in London is a sight to behold. We’re not quite there yet, but in just a few short weeks, December will be upon us and wintertime festivities will...
    09 Nov 2018
  • 3 Things The Happiest Employees Have In Common

      Employee Happiness There’s no “secret” to employee happiness. There’s no checklist of items employers can tick off to ensure their teams will be happy and excited each day...
    11 Oct 2018
  • October Happenings in London!

    Autumn is here Autumn is here! And, London certainly does not disappoint. There are tons of things happening in the city, no matter your interests, so there’s no excuse...
    11 Oct 2018
  • NestExpress Feb2018: 3 Words Best Communicators Know to Avoid

    As a business owner, manager or leader of any type, you understand the importance of effective communication to form relationships, build trust in your team and relay your expectations....
    14 Feb 2018
  • NestExpress Feb2018: Chinese New Year is Here

    Did you know London hosts the largest Chinese New Year celebrations outside of Asia? And trust me, it’s pretty magical! This year, in the Year of the Dog, take advantage...
    14 Feb 2018
  • Escape to Little Venice In Maida Vale

    As much as we love our city, it’s perfectly natural to want to get out and explore the rest of Europe. Easier said than done, right? While there’s nothing...
    04 Dec 2017
  • Get Your Culture On At The British Museum

    Why do museums always get a bad rap among young people? It’s not all stuffy hallways and drab, marble busts of long-dead Roman warriors — there’s cool stuff, too!...
    20 Nov 2017
  • Get Your Mediterranean Fix In Kentish Town

    I hope you’re hungry because this one’s a doozy. Phoenicia Mediterranean Food Hall is a food lover’s paradise. Seriously, this place has every variety of delicious, fresh, tasty, extravagant...
    06 Nov 2017
  • Support Local Business In Kentish Town

    Book nerds get excited because Owl Bookshop is basically bursting at the seams with titles just begging to be read. From literary classics to an unbelievably broad travel section,...
    01 Nov 2017
  • Best Outdoor Activities In Hackney

      One of the best things about summertime in London is the wide range of outdoor activities, even within the city limits. In Hackney, you don’t have to wander...
    23 Oct 2017
  • Theatre For All In Finsbury Park

    I’ve never been a huge theatre buff myself, but I can still sit back and enjoy a show, when given the opportunity. For a lot of non-theatre goers, I...
    16 Oct 2017
  • Forget Oxford Street – Take A Stroll Down King’s Road Instead

    If Oxford Street proves too busy and crowded for your shopping experience, check out King’s Road in Chelsea. The 3km long road is a shopper’s paradise, ranging from brand...
    09 Oct 2017
  • Tea, Coffee, Matcha, Oh My!

    Fancy a tea or coffee, hot or iced? Yumchaa is a quaint, cute little tea shop with two locations in Camden Town (Camden Market and Camden Parkway.) They have...
    02 Oct 2017
  • Quirky Culture and Free Entry At Whitechapel Gallery!

    Less than a minute walk from Aldgate East station and with a rather unassuming front, you’ll find the Whitechapel Gallery. Their exhibitions are always changing and often feature bits...
    25 Sep 2017
  • Punjabi Feast Right At Your Doorstep!

    You can’t come to London and not partake in the Indian food culture — you’d really be doing yourself a disservice! Strangely enough, certain dishes such as Chicken Tikka...
    18 Sep 2017